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𝑫𝒂𝒏 π‘¨π’”π’‰π’ƒπ’š
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𝑫𝒂𝒏 π‘¨π’”π’‰π’ƒπ’š retweeted
QuackQuack May 25
I want y’all to take a look at this deck. Not only is it likely the best deck you’ll see all year, I want to point out a very important part. β€œGoToThe80s();”
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𝑫𝒂𝒏 π‘¨π’”π’‰π’ƒπ’š 3h
I was thinking more simplistically that user perception changes over time - e.g in the 90s a site taking 3 minutes to load was acceptable. Now, over 3 secs is unacceptable. But you are right with your e.g too - other things change over time which can be detrimental to your users.
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𝑫𝒂𝒏 π‘¨π’”π’‰π’ƒπ’š 14h
Seems like your equating "bad managers" to the role? I don't know about you, but I've had some really good managers who don't base everything off needless metrics, but see themselves there to purely support and enable people, and guide them to do great work and grow their career.
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Lanette Creamer 20h
Today I explained something I thought everyone knew & realized I need to explain. You can’t have a more diverse conference by blindly reviewing submissions alone. The entries aren’t diverse enough. You must actively invite diverse people and new speakers. Why? 1/3
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𝑫𝒂𝒏 π‘¨π’”π’‰π’ƒπ’š 17h
That's interesting and I agree that we can test for that. I'd question whether all bugs result from our processes though. E.g. Time can cause bugs.
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Woody Zuill May 25
Hopefully, this simple sketch will clear everything up.
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Qualisopher May 25
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𝑫𝒂𝒏 π‘¨π’”π’‰π’ƒπ’š May 25
Which is fine too! I don't see any problem in that. In fact, it's a good thing, as we all work within different contexts
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𝑫𝒂𝒏 π‘¨π’”π’‰π’ƒπ’š May 25
Oh, I understand ZD... Didnt mean to give the impression that I dont. I can see that there are different definitions too though, that differ from Crosby's original definition - e.g. your own description of ZD doesn't seem to match Crosby's definition in line with his 4 absolutes
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𝑫𝒂𝒏 π‘¨π’”π’‰π’ƒπ’š May 25
Maybe "zero defects" is the wrong term then, if zero defects doesn't actually matter - if the objective isn't to reach zero defects, but to be aspirational in our thinking. ZD implies it's about the output, but what you are saying is that its about our mindset and ways of working
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Detritivore Biome May 24
While belief can transcend perceived limitations no amount of belief can transcend the constraints of physics and mathematics. New insights in physics & math are always possible but I don’t see that anyone on this thread has made that kind of a breakthrough.
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Detritivore Biome May 24
I am all for belief in difficult goals. It is true that almost no one believed in the possibility of flight until the Wright Brothers did it. However. There is a reason the Wright Brothers harnessed the Bernoulli Principle and did not go with a giant catapult.
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𝑫𝒂𝒏 π‘¨π’”π’‰π’ƒπ’š May 24
Replying to @techgirl1908
I think these are the best slides I've ever seen! So wish I could have seen your talk ! Reading through the slides too - the stuff that you are doing for our industry is so amazing! πŸ˜€
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Angie Jones May 24
Today, I gave a very personal and vulnerable talk about my journey into tech. This was uncomfortable for me, but attendees thanking me for providing a different perspective made it worthwhile. Thank you for allowing me to share.
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𝑫𝒂𝒏 π‘¨π’”π’‰π’ƒπ’š May 24
Ah. If you do get to come over, please do let me know! I don't get over to Boston, but I'll be in Washington DC at the Agile 2019 conference, if by chance you might be there too.
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𝑫𝒂𝒏 π‘¨π’”π’‰π’ƒπ’š May 24
I totally agree that convs on twitter are hard and also that a chat at a bar with a pen and a napkin would defo help! 😁 We should try to make that happen! You in London much? I'll try and pull an example of a recent unknown too, as I'm defo keen to hear how you'd think about it
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𝑫𝒂𝒏 π‘¨π’”π’‰π’ƒπ’š May 24
Im not just focused on what I dont know. And I am focused on the customer. I could say that *you* arent actually focused on the customer - youre only focused on expectations. The customer will experience unexpected things too. Why arent you including their unexpected experiences?
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𝑫𝒂𝒏 π‘¨π’”π’‰π’ƒπ’š May 24
That's *not true* if you include reacting and fixing bugs as they are discovered alongside actively aiming to prevent. ZD and unknowns are not mutually exclusive.
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𝑫𝒂𝒏 π‘¨π’”π’‰π’ƒπ’š May 24
What do you mean?
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𝑫𝒂𝒏 π‘¨π’”π’‰π’ƒπ’š May 24
These definitions completely disregard things that we don't think about or can't think about... Which are things we need to contend with in software development.
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